My laptop updated the other day, ubuntu 12.04, since then I can't execute any of my .sh even when in properties the execute box is ticked, can someone help me please, it's urgent! :(
Today i just updated my ubuntu from 12.04 to 13.10 . And then some thing happened really piss me off ... i cannot execute Python CGI in ubuntu 13.10 apache 2.4 even through i already config everything in Apache2 setting but i still cannot execute it (Its show a python cgi source code in browers instead of running) . Before install 13.10 i was using 12.04 and everything worked fine .
I know that to execute a file, I use the . command, then the file name with a space between them. But I'm trying to execute a .jar file using the . and it does not work. I went into the properties and marked it as executable and made it run with Java.
Is there a way to execute a file with Java in the Bash Terminal?
I am unable to execute any file from /usr/bin.
for every app i wanted to execute i got error message failed to execute child process /usr/bin/appname permission denied.
please help in setting right permission for /usr/bin.
Today I upgraded to 13.10 (from 12.04 LTS) and now have a somewhat annoying issue.
I can't get Ubuntu to execute a file by double clicking.
I have an installation of Matlab on my pc, but for whatever reason, the installer always fails to provide a link, so I helped me by placing a link on the desktop, or by creating a small script pointing to the matlab file and marking "allow to
I do not know if AskUbuntu is the correct place to ask or Stack Overflow.
To execute a statement in Windows use : C:\\Windows\\System32\\cmd.exe What is the equivalent in Ubuntu? I thought it was : /bin/bash but that does not work for me. I tried /bin/sh and /bin/dash ( like shown here )but without result.
In Virtualbox client I want to be able to execute a statement.